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Lightning Round: Apple, Crocs, Alcoa and More

Crocs : This is a great story, Cramer said. Should it fall to $24 a share, he's a buyer.

Alcoa : The aluminum maker is "back and it will be bigger than ever," Cramer said. Buy, buy, buy.

Covidien : Cramer is bullish on this health care name. Hold onto it, he said.

First Niagara Financial Group : The "Mad Money" host remains bearish on bank stocks, including FNFG.

Alcatel-Lucent : "That has been one of the worst stocks ever," Cramer said.

Dolby Laboratories : Take the money and run, Cramer said. He's not getting behind this stock right now.

Apple : Cramer is not worried about who will succeed CEO Steve Jobs. He remains a buyer of this technology giant.

MedcoHealth Solutions : Instead of buying this stock, Cramer would buy the pursuer, which is Express Scripts .

Robert Half International : This is not the stock to own should we fall back into a recession, Cramer said.

When this story was published, Cramer's charitable owned Apple.

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